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Fuad Reveiz

Fuad Reveiz is a former placekicker for the Miami Dolphins, the San Diego Chargers, and the Minnesota Vikings. He played for Miami Sunset Senior High and was voted one of the top high school football players from Miami of all time by the Miami Herald. Due to his reliability in medium-range field goals, he was dubbed with the nickname "Fuad-o-matic" later in his career. In college, he played for the University of Tennessee. He kicked 188 field goals and 367 extra points in his eleven-year National Football League career. He was selected to the Pro Bowl after the 1994 season. After his retirement from pro football, he founded a home remodeling company called Reveiz and Co., and is now the host of the Weekend Remodeling television show on the DIY Network. He now resides in Knoxville, Tennessee. He has three children: Bryanna attends Farragut High School; Shane and Nick attend the University of Tennessee in Knoxville where Shane is a walk-on and Nick is a starting middle linebacker.

Fuad Reveiz at Pro-Football-Reference

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